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September 1977 

 

 

  • To the Prime Minister of Spain (September 2, 1977)
    [Spanish]
  • To the Bishops of Umbria and Abruzzo-Molise (Italy) on their «ad Limina» visit (September 5, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the Mechitarists on the third centenary of the birth of Ven. Mechitar (September 8, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the youth, winners of the «Veritas 1977» Prize (September 11, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • Message on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Conference of the International Catholic Organizations (September 12, 1977)
    [French]
  • To the Bishops of Austria on their «ad Limina» visit (September 13, 1977)
    [Latin]
  • To the Capitular Fathers of the Augustinian Order and the Congregation of the Missionaries of the Most Precious Blood (September 14, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the participants in the «Symposium on Philosophy» sponsored by the Society of Jesus (September 14, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the Officers of the 31st Wing of the Italian Air Force (September 22, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the Abbots and Conventual Priors of the Benedictine Confederation (September 23, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To the Bishops of France (Region of Paris) their «ad Limina» visit (September 24, 1977)
    [French]
  • Message on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Freiburg (September 25, 1977)
    [Latin]
  • To the «Scholae Cantorum» of the Italian Association of Saint Cecilia (September 25, 1977)
    [Italian]
  • To a group of Bishops of Eastern Germany on their «ad Limina» visit (September 29, 1977)
    [Latin]
  • On the occasion of the opening of the 4th General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops (September 30, 1977)
    [Italian, Latin]
 

 


 

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